Amaryllis Dancing Queen will take your breath away. This stunning beauty mesmerizes the viewer with large, luscious double flowers with red and white stripes, resembling peonies. A double flowering Amaryllis, blooms 7-9 weeks after planting.
Amaryllis bulbs are easy enough to grow indoors, and just as easy to grow in the garden provided you live in a suitable region. They make great specimen outdoors. They perform well in beds, borders or containers outside. You can also scatter them throughout the landscape in naturalized areas. These Specialty Flowers look exceptionally attractive when planted in groups. Best of all, amaryllis bulbs are deemed resistant to both deer and many rodents.
|Create that Holland feeling in your own garden by planting this combination of pure white with true pink Tulips. Blooms are well supported on strong stems, and very long lasting. A must have for every gardener.|
|In this group of Tulips we have a special selection also known as “Cottage or French Tulips” known for their large oval shaped flowers. For our customers we have created a special mixture of these varieties. The Cottage or French Tulips are considered the latest, tallest and longest lasting Tulips. Great in combination with Hyacinths.|
|Peony flowering tulips are long lasting and have fully double flowers resembling a Peony. These tulips create a unique look in your garden.|
|Because of the many requests from our customers we have added the yellow form of this unique specie to our assortment. This very imposing exotic flower has many positives. It does not only have beautiful yellow bells and shiny green bracts on top, but it also keep molls and mice away from your garden. Also great for perennial borders and naturalizing, they will keep coming back year after year.|